Aortoiliac Occlusive: The Right Therapy for the Right Patient
From ConsultQD Live Admin2 on September 25th, 2020
- Introduction by Moderator: Lee Kirksey, MD
- Case Presentation – Extra Anatomic: Indications & Technique: Jarred Rowse, MD
- Coronary Revascularization Strategies in Poor Access Patients/CTO: Jai Khatri, MD
- Isolated CFA Disease – Pro Endovascular Lithotripsy: Joseph Campbell, MD
- Isolated CFA Disease – Surgery Forever: Francis Caputo, MD
- Aorto Iliac Occlusion – Contemporary Approach at Cleveland Clinic: Christopher Smolock, MD
- Mid Aortic Syndrome – Treatment of Visceral Occlusive Disease; Evaluation & Treatment Strategies: Lee Kirksey, MD
- Cost Issues and the CCF Approach to Value in 2020 Vascular Care: David Hardy, MD
- Discuss strategies for managing aortoiliac occlusions and indications for intervention
- Identify endovascular therapy options for aortoiliac artery disease
- Discuss surgical techniques employed for patients with aortoiliac occlusion
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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